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Stuart Assault & Battery Lawyer

Effectively Defending You from Serious Offenses

Assault and battery mean two different things, although the terms are often used interchangeably.

  • Assault essentially occurs when one person threatens another person with physical harm either verbally or physically. Regardless of whether the first person follows through on their threat, their threatening actions constitute assault.
  • Battery is similar to assault but differs in the fact that battery includes actual physical harm being inflicted.

The penalties for these types of violent crimes are severe and often result in:

  • Felony convictions
  • Exorbitant fines
  • Extensive prison time

If you’ve been accused of or charged with assault and battery, you need strong legal representation right away. Backed by years of in-depth legal experience and even more years spent working on the police force, our defense attorney in Stuart can provide you with relentless and proficient legal services.

Regardless of how complex your situation may be, we can efficiently walk you throughout the legal process and ensure your rights are completely protected.

To learn more about our criminal defense lawyer in Stuart and how we can help you, please either call us today at (772) 210-9097 or contact us online.

About Aggravated Battery & Assault

The penalties for battery and assault can be increased depending on the specific circumstances of the offense. These penalties are increased when the offenses are moved up to either aggravated battery or aggravated assault. Aggravated battery occurs when the offense results in the permanent disfigurement of the victim or when the act involves the use of a deadly weapon.

Aggravated assault is anytime an assault occurs in conjunction with a felony or when the assault involves the use of a deadly weapon. The penalties for aggravated crimes are much steeper than normal offenses.

In general, this is the outline for offenses and their corresponding penalties in Florida:

  • Battery – First-degree misdemeanor; In jail for up to one year and $1,000 in fines
  • Assault – Second-degree misdemeanor; In jail for up to 60 days and $500 in fines
  • Aggravated battery – Second-degree felony; Up to $10,000 in fines and 15 years in prison
  • Aggravated assault – Third-degree felony; Up to $5,000 in fines and 5 years in prison

Call (772) 210-9097 Today

For proficient, personalized, and aggressive representation, visit ADL Law, P.A. today. Our attorney is highly-skilled in this area of law and has a long track record of success.

When you hire our firm, you get an entire team of legal professionals all dedicated to helping you get the results you need. We will be defending you every step of the way and provide you with well-informed advice at every stage of the legal process. You can count on us.

To schedule a case evaluation with our criminal defense attorney in Stuart, feel free to contact us today at (772) 210-9097.

Why Turn to ADL Law, P.A.?

  • Experience on
    Both Sides

    Our founding attorney's experience as a former police officer equips him with invaluable insight of how the other side operates.

  • We Put Our
    Clients First

    Clients are our top priority. We find great satisfaction in getting through the legal system and helping them move on with their lives.

  • Licensed Legal

    Attorney Less is a proud member of the Florida State Bar, proving that he is more than qualified to handle your criminal defense or family law case.

  • Faithfully Protecting
    Your Freedom

    As firm believers in constitutional rights, we focus our efforts safeguarding them on behalf of families and the criminally accused throughout Florida.